Mahindra will launch the Nuvosport on April 4, 2016, and will look to dominate the SUV segment with its range of SUV vehicles. Let us compare the Nuvosport with the Quanto and see what are the main changes.
The New Mahindra Nuvosport features an all-new front fascia, the front grille and the headlamps gives you the impression of being bold and ready to go anywhere.
Major changes are evident on the headlamp and the new DRLs (Daytime Running Lights), which is split from the headlamp, unlike what we have witnessed in recent cars. The DRL looks like an afterthought, however, it does look good.
The is an air scoop on the bonnet, which is signature to the SUV features, also, the body cladding runs across the compact SUV.
Apart from the above main changes, the front bumper receives dual tone colour and the cladding, all new round fog lamps on the bumper and silver skid plates.
As for the rear profile, it has not been touched much, except clear lens for the taillights and the mounted spare wheel receives new cover. The alloy wheels have been re-touched to give it sharpness.
The specifications, prices and variant detail will be revealed when the compact SUV is launched on April 4, 2016. DriveSpark will update this story as and when Mahindra announces updates.
In terms of features and interiors, we can expect touch-screen infotainment system, optional airbags from the base variant, ABS will be part of the base variant onwards. The mHawk family of engines will power the SUV. Also, there will be an AMT offering for the Mahindra Nuvosport.
Mahindra will price it in the bracket of Rs. 7 lakh to Rs. 9 lakh and position it between KUV100 and the TUV300.